Archive - Jul 21, 2011
NEW HAVEN — Burlington-based Cross Pollination Inc. reached a major milestone toward its proposed 2.2 megawatt solar power project off Route 7 in New Haven when on July 8 the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) issued a certificate of public good.
But New Haven resident John Madden, saying the project would ruin the aesthetics of the region, asked the PSB to reconsider or alter its July 8 order. Within 10 days that a certificate of public good is issued, there is a window for individuals to file a motion of reconsideration.
ST. ALBANS — School taxes are the missing piece in an ongoing effort to revamp Vermont’s tax structure, according to Rep. Carolyn Branagan, R-Georgia. To remedy that problem the state recently hired a California firm to study the state’s education taxes.
Earlier this year, a blue ribbon tax commission released an analysis and recommendations for the state income and sales taxes.
MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County American Legion baseball team concluded its regular season on Tuesday with a 3-2, non-league win over the visiting Outlaws, a talented AAU team based in Chittenden County.
The young AC team enters this weekend’s Legion state championship tournament at Castleton State College with an overall mark of 10-7 after defeating the 20-9 Outlaws.